Ethical Gift Guide for Kids

Ethical Gift Guide for Kids

 Ethical Gift Guide for Kids

by Sarah Dickard

We are in full swing on our ethical gift guide for the whole family. If you haven’t viewed our ethical gift guide for men, find it here. Your kids may care less about getting new clothes as a gift, but I bet you care to see them in something new and cute! Check out these ethical brands to get them a whole new wardrobe:

Ethical Gift Guide

If your kids love Converse, but you don’t love their supply chain principles, leave it to Etiko to fill that gap. They have similar vibes and colors, just a different label with lots of meaning behind it! Etiko is a fair trade brand through and through.  Style shown: Low Cuts - $34

Ethical Home Goods

Need a warm coat for your mini-me man? Give him some style and bring on the cuteness with these coats, hoodies, jackets, and blazers from Eternal Creation Fair Trade. Style Shown: Charcoal Wool Coat - $64

Ethical Christmas Gift List

If you’re looking for something to snuggle on your baby, look no further than PACT’s sweatshop free essentials. They carry the softest, pesticide free cotton that will do wonders for your baby’s sensitive skin. Style shown: Organic Cotton Bib - $4.99 

Ethical Kids Gift Ideas

Want to see your kids on running to open their presents on Christmas morning in some new jammies? Sudara makes incredible patterned pajama pants and employs women with a purpose in India. Style shown: Sasi Pajama Pants - $29 

Ethical Gift Guide

Need to cover your lil nugget’s feetsies? Sole Hope makes baby shoes to benefit kids living in Uganda, Africa who get diseases and bugs if they walk around barefoot. Bring some hope into another child’s life by getting some cute shoes! Style shown:  Baby Shoe - $18  

November 22, 2016 by Sarah Dickard
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